Tuition and Financial Aid
Tuition for 2019-2020
Preschool and Kindergarten
Grades 1 to 5
Grades 6 to 8 (includes International Track)
Tuition includes textbooks, classroom and art supplies, local day field trips, morning snacks in preschool and kindergarten, accident insurance, MAP testing, school picture, and a yearbook.
|One time enrollment fee (first year only)||$1,950|
|Tuition refund insurance (first year only)||1% of tuition|
|Technology fee (Middle School students only)||$300|
|Overnight field trips (Grades 3, 4 and 6 only)||Ranges from $395 to $1,035|
|Extended Day Package (unlimited morning and afternoon care during school days for the year)||$1,260|
|School Breaks Package (day camps during the 2019-2020 school year: Fall break, Winter Break and Spring Break)||$835|
|Extended Day + School Breaks Package (combo of two packages above)||$2,095|
|Drop-in rate||$9.80 an hour|
|Hot lunch - price per meal (subject to change)||$6.50 (Preschool-G5)|
|Overnight field trips (grades 5, 7 and 8)||$2,000|
|Afterschool activities||Varying costs|
|Tuition refund insurance||1% of tuition|
Commitment to Affordability
Inclusivity is one of EB’s core values. One of the ways we achieve socio-economic diversity is by dedicating a generous amount of the school’s budget to need-based tuition assistance.
Half of EB families receive some form of financial aid, either from the school or from the French government in the case of French nationals.
Ecole Bilingue is committed to remain affordable in order to maintain its vibrant socio-economic diversity, which enhances the experience of all students. Families who are considering EB for their child, but may have challenges in affording it are encouraged to apply for financial aid.
EB financial aid covers up to 55% of the tuition, as well as overnight field trips and technology fee. We provide step-by-step guidance on the process and deadlines to apply for financial aid.
French families residing in the US can apply to need-based financial aid provided by the French government. This program is called “bourses scolaires” and covers up to 100% of the tuition. This program helps foster socio-economic diversity and ensures French-speaking enrollment, benefitting all students.